Lindsay Lohan’s once-estranged father Michael Lohan has had to deal with allegations of being a deadbeat dad for much of his time spent in the spotlight. While questions about his character might still abound, at least no one can say that he doesn’t pay child support anymore.
Celebrities seem to have it all. They live in opulent mansions, attend the best parties and never want for material goods. However, even the most pampered of celebrities deal with high-stakes lawsuits from time to time. Here’s the roundup of last week’s celebrity lawsuit news.
Lakers basketball star Steve Nash and former wife Alejandra may have finalized their divorce several years ago, but child support disputes have put them back together in the courtroom. The core issue is that Steve does not currently pay any child support for daughters Lola and Bella and son Matteo — and Alejandra wants that to change.
To most people, the lives of celebrities seem glamorous and exciting. Stars live in expansive mansions and enjoy the best that life has to offer. However, even the most beloved celebrities find themselves in big legal trouble from time to time. Here’s the roundup of this week’s celebrity lawsuit news.
Celebrities lead opulent lives in the glow of the limelight. However, even America’s most beloved celebrities occasionally find themselves mired in top-dollar lawsuits and everyday legal struggles. Here’s the roundup of last week’s top celebrity lawsuit news.
Michael Jordan, the former Chicago Bulls superstar and legendary hall-of-famer, is being sued by an alleged ex-lover who claims that Jordan is the father of her 16-year-old son. She wants him to take a paternity test and pay child support.
Celebrities seem to enjoy truly privileged lives. However, for many celebs being in the spotlight also means being in the crosshairs when it comes to top-dollar lawsuits. Here’s the roundup of this past week’s celebrity lawsuit news.
It looks like reality television star and entrepreneur Bethenny Frankel will soon be facing a family court judge instead of the cameras of Bravo’s Real Housewives of New York. As we first reported, Frankel issued a pensive statement to the tabloid media just before Christmas Eve with regard to her separation from second husband Jason Hoppy. Frankel then took things a step further over the course of the last week, officially filing for divorce in a New York court.
To many, being a celebrity means being outside the reach of everyday troubles. However, being a big star does have a price. Many celebrities are plagued by serious legal troubles ranging from tax liens to top-dollar lawsuits. Here’s the roundup of this week’s celebrity lawsuit news.
Sarah Palin’s oldest son and his wife are divorcing. Track and Britta Palin filed jointly for divorce in an Alaskan court, according to a recent TMZ story.